Sunday, May 04, 2008

Seed 2...Replenishing Her Spirit


I had to post this detail from a painting I showed here over a year ago called, "Replenishing Her Spirit." I looked at her and thought what a perfect example of "seed" for this week. She now resides with another artist somewhere in Upstate New York, hopefully bringing the new owner a bit of joy.

You can see my first entry here.

30 comments:

  1. I'm sure she brings much joy. This is wonderful. I love the colors.

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  2. What an enchanting piece, lovely idea, great composition and beautiful colors choice.

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  3. This is perfect for "seed" - wonderful image.

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  4. This is really beautiful.

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  5. the new owner must be so happy having that beautiful painting :)

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  6. Wow......beautiful painting, and of course I had to take a peek at your moleskin blog :)where I spent way too much time!

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  7. Nice composition & color. I really enjoy seeing your latest!

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  8. This works perfect as the interpretation of "seed". Great colours, too.

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  9. Oh this is lovely, I need to remind myself of it this coming winter, when all lies dormant, but not dead.

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  10. Wow..great work. Love the concept. Love how you create the two tones - light and dark to bring her into focus.

    heppi blogging..n have a great day everyday..

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  11. Oh, I wish I could rest some like that.

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  12. Wow, Laurel! Julia took the words right out of my mouth... enchanting!

    I bet the new owner of that painting has their spirit replenished every time they lay eyes on your wonderful painting.

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  13. I remember this- beautiful!!! Lucky owner!!!

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  14. I agree, this piece is perfect for the theme. I really like the sense of potential here. Great, subtle earth colors too.

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  15. This is so beautiful! I love the colors and the spirit it invokes! Excellent!

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  16. Now that's one of those serendipitous things - I found this the other day when I was tidying my studio, I printed it out on posh paper (hope you don't mind)when I first saw it :-) it's one of my favourite images all time. Thank you for your comment on my blog, one of the nicest things anyone's ever said to me :-)

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  17. she is a beauty; her spine is perfect and I am sure the present owner gazes on her and ponders her hibernation and promise as a seedling

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  18. Laurel, it was great to hear from you and I may have said this before, but this is the painting that first drew me to you. I have it in my screensaver folder and see it often :) Btw, I loved your song list -it played along while I did my yoga practice -such love-filled songs, many which took me back to my youth.

    Peace and joy ~Michelle

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  19. dynamic as always. i think i am going to take some time to replenish myself for awhile too!
    wfsus, ha ha like that one! wfs for us!

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  20. This is gorgeous! You do some really different styles too. You never cease to amaze me with your heartfelt works.

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  21. I love this painting. It is beautifully painted and very mysterious.

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  22. I am glad I scrolled down to see what other things you are up to because this is an amazing painting!!! So happy you shared this!

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  23. what a lovely, lovely painting.
    i wish its mine!

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